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Hollywood has utilized many modes of transportation during the history of making movies . . . from Douglas Fairbanks' flying carpet in The Thief of Bagdad (1924) to Tom Hanks' Apollo 13 (1995).
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Pan American Airways
Phillipine Clipper

Pan American Airways Philipine Clipper
used the Martin M-13 Clipper that
Charlie Chan probably used to travel
from Honolulu to San Francisco in
Charlie Chan's Secret (1936), while
the Oakland Bay Bridge was being

The Oakland Bay Bridge
Underconstruction (1936)

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